|Department||Business Administration-Undergraduate/Tippie College of Business|
|Working Title||Adjunct lecturer, Business Communication and Protocol (BUS 3000)|
Position: .025 Adjunct lecturer (FA15) in the Department of Management and Organizations responsible for teaching one section of BUS 3000 Business Communication and Protocol for the Fall 2018 academic semester. Fall classes begin on August 20, 2018 and end December 7, 2018. Instructor obligations regarding responsibility for course preparation and submission of final grades begin on August 15, 2018 and end December 19, 2018.
Sections currently available:
BUS 3000 section 0008 MW 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
BUS 3000 section 0016 MW 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Master’s degree in English, communication studies, or a related field OR a Master’s degree in Business Administration or related field.
Reasonable experience (2 to 3 years) teaching writing and/or oral communication at the post-secondary level with evidence of successful teaching provided OR reasonable experience (2 to 3 years) writing and delivering oral presentations in a business environment with work samples provided
Fluency in English at the level of a native speaker
Expert written and oral communication skills
Working experience with digital communication platforms in a professional context and with PowerPoint
Duties and Expectations: Provide primary instruction in a required course of business communication and team-building to a section of approximately 24 students in the Tippie College of Business. Follow an established course curriculum as determined by course director but with the expectation that adjuncts will also develop some of their own course material for their own section as needed. Maintain course website and course blog and provide student feedback and grading in a timely manner. Hold face-to-face weekly office hours and respond to UI and student course-related e-mails within 48 hours during the business week. Fulfill university obligations for all instructors (e.g. FERPA training and credential check) as required.
Applicants must provide a resume or CV, cover letter, and 3 references. Cover letters must specifically acknowledge your availability to teach at the section time noted. Applicants selected for an interview must submit either evidence of successful teaching or business work samples as noted in the required qualifications section. Applicants selected for an interview will also be expected to take a 20 minute grammar and usage test at the time of the interview.
|Application Instructions||Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating interest in the position and the names and current contact information of 3 references. Include resume or CV and cover letter as attachments to the e-mail.|
|Ad Start Date||06/13/2018|
|Ad End Date||06/27/2018|